Twitter Is Calling 'Boy Meets World' Spinoff Series 'Problematic'

There's no denying many classic shows have been called out for aging poorly, which totally makes sense. Shows from the '70s, '80s, and '90s did not have the same understanding of harmful rhetoric as production teams for TV today do.

So when I heard the 2014 Boy Meets World spin-off, titled Girl Meets World, was being called out for being problematic, I was shocked!

I think it's safe to say everyone loved *Boy Meets World* back in the day.

The show, which aired from 1993 to 2000, followed the daily lives of Cory Mathews and his friends as they grew up from sixth graders to college students.

13 years after the show went off air, Disney released a spin-off show about Cory and Topanga's daughter, titled *Girl Meets World.*

The show, which ran for three seasons from 2014 to 2017, told similar growing-of-age stories, with Cory playing a Mr. Feeny-esque character to his daughter and her friends.

Despite the show has been off air for four years, it is now coming under fire for "problematic" themes.

One clip that has been going viral on Twitter follows a character, named Farkle, explains to his peers how he doesn't necessarily believe in God because he can't "see" him.

Cory chimes into the kid's conversation and explains that just because Farkle can't see God, doesn't necessarily mean he doesn't exist, using ROYGBIV as an example.

The show also touched on topics like communism and Asperger's in ways that viewers felt was inappropriate.

What do you make of people's reactions on Twitter? Warranted, or totally out of line? Let us know in the comments below!